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. election day is one day the candidates make one final push through the battleground states. we talk to robby mook and kellyanne conway. the february says it's not recommending charges against hillary clinton after going through thousands of recently discovered e-mails. republicans promise to keep investigating. and first on "cbs this morning," new jersey governor chris christie talks with charlie breaking his silence about two close associates convicted in the bridgegate scandal.
your world in 90 seconds. we begin this morning with a look at today's "eye opener." your world in 90 seconds. it's not good for anybody that our democracy and our country, are viewed so suspiciously. >> the last push before election day. >> hillary clinton is guilty. she knows it. the fbi knows it. and now it's up to the american people to deliver justice at the walt box on november 8th. responsible of a man who prib president of the united states speculate about something >> everybody on cnn speculated -- >> jumping off a bridge doesn't make you should jump off a bridge too. >> this campaign left unsavory stain on everything it touched, including the process, itself. >> janet reno, the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general, has died. >> so much to do in this country. we should be about doing it in a positive way. >> another body found at the home of a suspected serial killer in south carolina. >> there's supposed to be one more down here.
until we are positive that's it. >> this noklahoma magdalene 5.0 earthquake rattled not only the state but the region. >> i just heard the whole house shaking. >> a long and dangerous chase across l.a. >> oh, my god! this is over. >> all that. >> on 20-year-old runner game the youngest man to win the new york city marathon. >> there it is running around in the end z >> i like that. >> how are you both doing this week? >> really, really great. they are all still buying it. >> yep. it has been a great week for me, too. my favorite part when i lost that big, huge lead that i had. >> on "cbs this morning." >> she got help from beyonce and jay-z who she thankeded by ruining one of his songs. >> walked so barack obama could
>> with that cadence flow on swag, hillary clinton is truly the hillary clinton of rappers. announcer: this portion of "cbs this morning" sponsored by toyota. let's go places! ? welcome to "cbs this morning." the election is just one day away. we have reached the final hours of the presidential campaign. a cbs news poll out this morning shows hillary clinton leads donald trump by four 45-41% in a four-way race. tomorrow's election will be decided in 13 battleground states. we have correspondents in key states this morning. >> we also ask the campaign managers for clinton and trump what they are focusing on one day before the election. our political director john dickerson and suzanne page look at the race and we will check in with anthony salvanto and major
and nancy cordes with the clinton campaign. we begin with jeff pegues in washington on the announcement of the state department's e-mails discovered on a laptop. >> the fbi director cleared secretary clinton again. the review of the new batch of e-mails found mostly personal e-mails and duplicates of e-mails, the fbi had already seen. >> step back, folks. step back. >> reporter: the fbi director james comey told congress sunday the bureau hasn't changed its conclusion from july. in the letter, comey said his agents worked around the clock to review hundreds of thousands of e-mails in nine days, by z zeroing in on communications that were to and from hillary clinton while she was secretary of state. agents in new york discovered the new e-mails while investigating former congressman anthony weiner for allegedly sending sexually explicit text messages to a minor. clinton insisteded all along that the discovered batch of
the unexpected update from the fbi meant clinton staffers were scrambling to read the letter on the campaign board on sunday. >> we are glad this matter is solved. >> reporter: director comey faced criticism for announcing the review less than two weeks before the election. >> i believe in the integrity of the fbi and differ with what the conclusion should actually be. >> reporter: despite the fbi analysis, the chairman of the house republican jason chaffetz said more congressional hearings on the horizon. >> regardless of the results of the election, of course, we are going to continue to probe this. >> reporter: the fbi built a computer program to isolate the relevant e-mail messages. republicans and democrats critical of how the fbi handled
gayle? >> thank you, jeff. donald trump and hillary clinton have a string of campaign stops scheduled today, all of them are in critical battleground states that could swing this election. our latest cbs news ballots ground tracker shows trump leading in ohio 46% to 45%, has that is a virtual tie and race of florida is tied at 45% apiece. major garrett has covered the trump campaign since it began and in sarasota, >> reporter: we arrived here after 4:00 this morning. that's after we began our campaign sunday in denver, then it was off to sioux city, iowa, detroit and pittsburgh and a flight here for a donald trump rally in a few hours. throughout the day, donald trump's description of the fbi investigation into hillary clinton evolved with the news, starting with promises of surefire indictments before
justice possibly thwarted. >> one day, can you believe it? yeah. one day! one day! >> reporter: after midnight in northern virginia on sunday, donald trump defined the election as a contest between corrupt elites and the abused middle class. and he said the fbi's announcement it would not recommend charges after reviewing newly discovered hillary clinton e-mails is proof of a system badly off track. >> hillary clinton is guilty. the fbi knows it. >> reporter: echoing a call he had made throughout the night in pennsylvania. >> she's being protected. by a rigged system. >> reporter: and in michigan. >> you can't review 650,000 new e-mails in eight days. you can't do it, folks. >> reporter: when the campaign day began in iowa before news of comey's letter clearing clinton trump lionized the fbi and its
special agents within the fbi, will be able to collect more than enough evidence. >> reporter: trump's whirlwind weekend of roaring rallies were marred by a disturbance in reno when trump supporters had a protest and someone shouted gun and trump was whisked off stage and there was no gun and trump came back to finish. >> nobody said it was going to be easy for us. so punishing because while his top advisers are confident of victory they cannot have a clear bath to 270 electoral votes. pennsylvania and new hampshire and michigan hold the key and trump's last three stops on this final campaign day. >> major, thank you. this morning, cbs news poll shows donald trump picking up more voters who waited until for you to decide. 48% of people who made up their
to vote for trump. 35% say they will vote for clinton. nancy cordes is in white plains, new york, where clinton will soon leave for her final campaign push. nancy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. clinton will spend the day in pennsylvania, in michigan, closing things out with a midnight rally in north carolina. her aides say it will be difficult in two days to undo all of the damage from the fbi drama. in florida, for instance, 6 million people have already voted. but they say they are still very confident in their strategy. >> we have to heal this country. >> reporter: clinton is spending her final days on the campaign trail preaching a message of unity. from a black church in philadelphia. >> let us have faith in each other. >> reporter: to a new hampshire rally with muslim gold star father khan who criticized trump at the democratic convention and drew fire in return. >> on tuesday, we are going to prove america belongs to all of us!
clinton used star power to drive turnout, campaigning with enough performers to fail music festival, as her get out the vote effort kicked into high gear. >> get out there and vote. >> campaign officials say their superior ground game could be worth 2 to 4 points in hard-fought states like north carolina and florida. still, aides admit iowa and ohio will be tough, even with the royal approval of king lebron james in cleveland. >> this brightest future for all of us. >> reporter: they are more confident about colorado, virginia, and especially nevada, where hispanic enthusiasm contributed to a six-point lead for democrats in early voting. but early voting in florida shows a closer margin, with democrats and republicans separated by just half a percentage point. president obama was there on sunday. >> if we win florida, it's a wrap.
>> reporter: and, tonight, the obama's will be joining the clinton's on stage at a huge rally in philadelphia. charlie, that is also featuring bruce springsteen. >> thanks, nancy. hillary clinton's campaign manager robby mook joins us from the campaign headquarters in brooklyn, new york. good morning. >> good morning. >> start with the obvious. does this announcement by the fbi director have any impact on this campaign in the waning moments? >> i don't think so. you know, we are grateful that this matter is resolved now. we found you know, when director comey brought this up a week ago and i don't know why they couldn't have resolved this behind the scenes. it's over now. i'm happy to announce secretary clinton is making a closing argument in the waning moments so americans can make their choice.
>> you know, those are subjective terms. we think we have those on our side as well. what i know we have as well is record turnout. latino and asian american turnout has doubled in florida and north carolina. and most importantly for us, a third of the asian american and latino voters that are turning out in that surge in florida didn't even vote in 2012 and 2014. our campaign, through hard to register and turn out voters, has mobilized brand-new people that are coming into the process in droves. >> you feel confident you will win the state of florida? >> it's too early to say that yet and why it's so important that all of our supporters turn out. but we think across the country, through our efforts to build that ground game, register people to vote and turn them out, that we have established a lead in some states that donald trump can't overcome. >> does that include ohio? >> you know, again -- well, ohio
because about two-thirds of the voters vote election day so i think it's way too early to tell there. again, our supporters need to turn out absolutely everywhere and we think that is vital and not count our chickens before they are hatched. >> every supporter need to turn out today and tomorrow of all days. hillary clinton is in michigan today. president obama is in michigan today. people are wondering why are you all sending your top people there, considering michigan is such a blue state? what are you seeing that clearly this time? >> michigan, wisconsin, minnesota, these are all states where we built an intensive ground game since the beginning. we are focused in our schedule right now on those states that are predominantly elect day voting states, new hampshire and michigan and pennsylvania is one of those and ohio, two-thirds vote on election day. that is really a strategic choice that we have made on the campaign. >> will the rise in latino
resolved. is it resolved? >> oh, well, it depends what james comey has in his typewriter. i think he probably can't get out another letter before the voting ends tomorrow. maybe it's resolved for the moment. good gosh, it's not resolved as an issue because, you know, as long as we have got committee chairman in the house who say they want to investigate this and because there is always seems to be another new thing being found separate and apraar from what the fbi investigates. >> susan, james never said, never mind. did he give trump an advantage during the last couple of weeks? >> oh, yeah. nine days where 40 million people voted early under the impression the fbi revived this investigation has had an effect. strategists for democrats working down ballots says it has had an effect of them getting the best possible lead in senate races has roofed the number of house seats they will pick up. >> are you surprised he released
one? >> unprecedented. we have never seen this happen before with the fbi and i think long-term consequences with james comey working with whoever is elected president and the inpartis inpartisan's faith in the institution. >> what are we seeing in florida in this early voting, this huge surge in hispanic turnout? >> that is the reason, as you say, trump needs floda democrats so donald trump has to find new states because there aren't as many republican tradition states. the store in florida hispanics have turned out in huge numbers of 900,000 hispanics have voted and 36% of them did not vote in 2012. so what the clinton team is doing and we hear the word ground game and this is where ground game matters. they have been able to find the voters and get them to vote and what else matters while donald trump has new enthusiasm in one
another effect in another electorate. >> if there is one big story in florida is hispanic turnout? >> i think nevada and new mexico also. this is a voting group that has huge numbers but hasn't really participated to the degree that whites and blacks have in past elections. we think latino turnout is up. voting is kind of a habit. if you can turn out latino voters in this election that means it's easier to turn the next one. it has the effect, i think, of changing our electoral map. >> let's bring in anthony of the cbs news battleground tracker. start with florida, anthony. both candidates say it's too close to call. >> right. gayle, this race is even and i'll show you why. not only is hispanic turnout up in the early vote, but turnout is up among everybody in the early vote. and that includes a lot of republicans. so we see that partisan break even. i'll tell you, on election night, tomorrow night, when we start looking at florida, the
be as these counties start to fill in red and blue on election night, watch down here in miami. if that goes blue but not just blue, deep blue, democrats win a lot of votes down there. that could, with the help of hispanic turnout, be enough to carry them through the rest of the state where donald trump is expected to do a lot better. >> haven't they already done a huge turnout in miami-dade already? >> they have but there are still people who have to vote on election day. what anthony said is battleground states. look for deep pockets of blue around the area and the rest of the map is red in the rural areas but hillary clinton is in the city trying to drive up the vote. >> he said hillary clinton has done more to get the latino vote out than anyone ever has. >> i think influenced the hispanic voters who can concerned about mexican immigrants and deport alien
donald trump. >> i want to press on the states of the counties. fascinating. thank you very much. cbs news coverage of election night begins tomorrow at 7:00 p.m. even, 6:00 central. watch all days on cbsn. the first woman to serve as u.s. attorney general janet reno has died. she was at the center of several major controversies during bill clinton's presidency and she faced criticism for the deadly 1993 federal raid on the branch davidian compound in waco, in 2000 federal agents seized a refuge named elian gonzalez. her eight-term was longer than any attorney general in 150 years. reno suffered from parkinson's disease. she was 78. >> she lived quite a legacy and sorry to hear that news this morning. one of the largest
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the man accused of holding a woman in a storage container made a stunning admission. how the families of victims are finally getting answers years later. your local news is next. "cbs this morning" continues in a moment. i'm anne-marie green with a look beyond this morning's headlines. a teacher in los angeles is using the presidential election as a learning tool and no topic is off limits. mireya villarreal reports. >> reporter: in this history classroom, daniel joes blends pop culture. >> do you remember that salt and pepper were talking about immigration? >> reporter: and politics. >> i want make them fall in love with the content of the study of history. if you do those things, students are going to be very quick to want to learn and do amazing things within the classroom. >> reporter: joes says the day-to-day drama of this election has captured the kids' attention, but it also has been an opportunity to teach both the strengths and weaknesses of democracy.
>> we will not build a wall. >> i think it would do a huge disservice if you don't embrace it. these are teachable moments. this is real concerns about what this rhetoric means for their family. you know? will this turn into policy? we are constantly engaging in these conversations and not shying away from them. >> just because you have some people who do that, does not justify for labeling and alienating an entire group of people. >> reporter: roughly 80% of this school is high poverty from urban neighborhoods and most students' parents are immigrants. >> trump doesn't know and he doesn't know. he doesn't support any of these are actual stats or actual researches. he just says it. >> sure, some latinos that commit crimes and there's also some white people commit crimes and joined by that logic you could say all white people are horrible people. >> reporter: in a report, more
poverty law center says more than 40% of teachers surveyed said they were hesitant to teach about the election, and more than half have seen an increase in uncivil discourse. there is no topic that is off limits? >> none. >> reporter: joes' goal is for his goal to analyze what the candidates are saying in the context of american history. how much of a gift has this been for your lesson plan over this past year? >> it's almost been a gift in that it's very relevant to students but also a curse because there are all of these distractions. you can't help but talk about the things that the students are hearing about or seeing in the news. >> reporter: still, he says election day can't come soon enough. mireya villarreal, cbs news, los angeles. >> "cbs this morning" continues
>> one of the best skits ever. never say never. that isn't happening on tuesday night. the sentiment is nice. >> working together. closing the divide. >> a growing feeling in the country. we need something to bring us together. >> they ended both saying whatever you do, get out and vote. very, very well done. welcome back to "cbs this morning." governor chris christie says the guilty verdicts in the bridgegate trial say nothing about his leadership. a jury convicted two former allies of the new jersey governor. christie opens up about the verdicts for the first time in an interview with charlie. the growing list of crimes. he admitted to a quadruple
morning's headlines. the morning's headlines from around the globe. "the new york times" reports the offensive to drive isis out of his syrian stronghold is under way. kurdish and arab militias backed by the united states have captured small villageages north of raqqa. they plan to surround thesy. isis has held raqqa for nearly three years. a big story. >> very big story. there are escalating tensions between russia and the west. at least 13 russian ships. the majority of the russian flights are in international air space between russian air bases tweets st. petersburg. a colorado mother may have been abducted. 34-year-old sherri papini was last seen jogging north of redding.
surrounding neighborhood and her cell phone was found in the woods. she is married with two children. >> very scary story. the oklahoman reports emergency officials are checking damage this morning after an earthquake rattled the central part of the state. the 5.0 quake shook homes and other buildings in cushing, oklahoma, southwest of tulsa. chris gilmore of our oklahoma affiliate kw-tv has more. >> reporter: we are used to earthquakes in oklahoma and on this fire department building here behind me. crumbling bricks and caution tape on the pavement. we have had 19 earthquakes like this in the past week. but this one, last night, a 5.0 magnitude is one of the largest. it hit cushing overnight and the shaking brought significant damage to the downtown portion
reported no major injuries but homes in the area also sustained damage and the city lost power for about two hours. schools here in cushing are closed today as emergency managers continue to assess the damage. now cushing is home to one of the largest oil storiaiage facilities in the country and they have several pipelines that connect to other hubs across the nation. at this hour, officials are investigating and assessing the damage to that infrastructure but at this hour, there is no serious damage to report. investigators are looking for more bodies on the property of an alleged serial killer in south carolina. todd kohlhepp is charged with killing four people more than a decade ago and may be linked to three other murders. kohlhepp was arrested thursday after investigators discovered a woman chained on his property in woodruff. david begnaud is in spartanburg
>> reporter: we spoke with a sheriff at his office how they knew where two bodies were buried. the sheveriff sitting here saide wanted to meet with his mother so the sheriff said fine. they let the two meet and afterwards the alleged killer kept his word and took investigators to a rural property in south carolina and showed them where he had buried two different bodies. yesterday, they found one grave. today, they expect to find the other one. todd kohlhepp was denied bond on sunday as he appeared south carolina judge. the family members of victims he allegedly killed 13 years ago to the day sat right behind him. >> understanding that the families are here. anything you wish to say at this time? >> not at this time, sir. >> reporter: investigators say the 45-year-old realtor confessed to killing four people at a motorcycle shop in spartanburg county in 2003 and one of them was the shop's
saturday. it was a detective calling with news of her husband's alleged killer. she says kohlhepp was a disgruntled customer at her husband's store and credits 30-year-old kala brown for his capture. >> she is the hero. she stayed alive for two months in pure hell and if she had not been found alive, we wouldn't be sitting here having an interview right now. >> reporter: kohlhepp was arrested last thursday. investigators discovered brown chained up like a dog inside of a metal storage container on kohlhepp's south carolina property. they later found her boyfriend's remains in a shallow grave nearby. on saturday, kohlhepp took investigators to where he says two other bodies are buried. one of which has been found. spartanburg county sheriff chuck wright. how would you describe mr. kohlhepp's demeanor? >> he has been very calm and polite, actually. >> reporter: cooperative? >> yes, sir. >> reporter: posts at kohlhepp's
investigators. one said reading the news. this person missing, another person missing. investigators are looking at product reviews he may have left on amazon.com with a folder for a shoving handle. keep it in car when you have to hide the bodies and you left the full-sized solve at home. lawrence sold kohlhepp the property where the bodies were found. >> he wanted privacy. he didn't want neighbors or friends. >> reporter: 30 years ago, todd kohlhepp was convicted of kidnapping and raping a 14-year-old girl. he went to prison and got out and registered as a sex offender and nobody knew much about him here. he does not have an attorney and talking freely to investigators. the judge told him yesterday, he could face the death penalty. >> everything about this story is evil and nauseating.
gets. glad they got him. thank you, david. governor chris christie is defiant, despite bridgegate scandal victims. >> this is "the washington post." governor christie suffered a serious blow and taints his legacy and his job approval is 21% and 52% of the people said they think he knew. even donald trump suggested that during the campaign. >> yeah. well -- >> ahead his first public comments since two former allies were found guilty in a wide ranging interview with charlie. you're watch we will be right back. ? ? ? for millions of baby boomers there's a virus out there. a virus that's serious, like hiv, but it hasn't been talked about much. a virus that's been almost forgotten. it's hepatitis c. one in 30 boomers has hep c, yet most don't even know it. that's because hep c can hide in your body silently
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punish a mayor. christie was not charged in the case. he did provide 12 hours of sworn testimony. i spoke to christie at his home yesterday in an interview you will see first on "cbs this morning." you've been waiting for a while to talk about what happened at bridgegate. what is your reaction to the verdict? >> well, charlie, you know, my first reaction was that the jury confirmed what i thought on january 9th, 2014, nearly three years ago. i had 24 hours to back then. and i thought there were three people responsible. david wildstein, bill baroni and bridget kelly. here we are three investigations later and federal grand jury investigation and an investigation by democratic-led legislature and what is the conclusion? the conclusion is there were three people responsible. >> reporter: and the question is, though, what does it say about you and your staff? that these people who worked for you did this. >> i thought about this in the
i've had 25 people serve on my senior staff over seven years, and i have one person who didn't get it. 1 out of 25. so i don't think it says anything about me. i think it says everything about that person. >> why do you think she did it? >> i wish i knew, charlie. i wish i knew. i never could figure it out. it was one of the most abjectly stupid things i've ever seen opinion think about. it. you know me. i'm up 25 points in re-election in a blue state and they decide they are going to create a traffic jam in a town that is a democrat town that i wound up winning two months later in the election? >> so it was stupid on the face? >> absolutely. >> and criminal? >> as determined by the jury. >> reporter: but it is not just her. david said that he told you about it at the 9/11 memorial. >> that's not what he said, by the way. >> and that you laughed. >> first thing he said was that bill baroni told me. >> reporter: that's right.
even wildstein said that all baroni said to me was there was traffic at the george washington bridge that the mayor was not getting his phone calls returned. now, charlie, i have to tell you, i am absolutely no recollection of any of them saying anything like that to me that day. so let's be clear. but even if they had -- >> reporter: you're saying you have no recollection? you're not saying can swear to you they never said anything like that? you're saying i don't remember? >> i don't remember any of it. what i will tell you is this, if they would have told me that, hey, we are creating traffic at the george washington bridge in order to punish the mayor for not endorsing you, i would have remembered that. and they never said that. in fact, the whole trial -- i think this is a really important point, charlie. in the whole trial, no one, not even bridget kelly or bill baroni or david wildstein ever testified they told me was an act of police station -- >> governor chris christie
taints his legacy and his job approval is at 21%. 52% of the people said they think he knew. even donald trump suggested that during the campaign. >> yeah, well -- >> reporter: that is what you're suffering from and the impression is that something happened at bridgegate at the trial and the events there that have come down on top of you. >> of course. >> reporter: in what way? >> the way you just talked about. the fact is that if people -- if the media and others attack you relentlessly for three years, and you cannot defend yourself because you are in the middle of cooperating in the judicial process, and cannot stain that process, then if there is only one line of information, that people will be to give -- believe the line of information they are being given. but, you know, anything like that from "the washington post" or anybody else, that is a snapshot in time, charlie. and now i get to talk. >> reporter: these reporters were covering the trial --
snapshot in time. i can't tell you how many times i've been told my political career was over. here i am. >> our next hour, i'll have governor christie to sort out on the confusion whether donald trump ever asked him to be his running mate. >> is he saying he wanted to speak up but he couldn't? >> no. he wanted the trial to be over before he spoke and made his case. his case is, look, nobody ever said i started this. thenl told me it was happening during the closure and he said, "i would remember that." >> more to come. a record makes history. the record breaking accomplishment at the new york city marathon. we will find plenty of sunny -- sunshine. there are late showers possible
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"cbs this morning" continues in a moment. i'm anne-marie green with a look beyond this morning's headlines. a teacher in los angeles is using the presidential election as a learning tool and no topic is off limits. mireya villarreal reports. >> reporter: in this history classroom, daniel joes blends >> do you remember that salt and pepper were talking about immigration? >> reporter: and politics. >> i want to make them fall in love with the content of the study of history. if you do those things, students are going to be very quick to want to learn and do amazing things within the classroom. >> reporter: joes says the day-to-day drama of this election has captured the kids' attention, but it also has been an opportunity to teach both the strengths and weaknesses of democracy. >> we are going to build the
>> we will not build a wall. >> i think it would do a huge disservice if you don't embrace it. these are teachable moments. this is real concerns about what this rhetoric means for their family. you know? will this turn into policy? we are constantly engaging in these conversations and not shying away from them. >> just because you have some people who do that, does not justify for labeling and alienating an entire group of people. >> reporter: roughly 80% of this school is high pov urban neighborhoods and most students' parents are immigrants. >> trump doesn't know and he doesn't know. he doesn't support any of these with actual stats or actual researches. he just says it. >> sure, some latinos that commit crimes and there's also some white people commit crimes and joined by that logic you could say all white people are horrible people. >> reporter: in a report, published by the southern poverty law center, more than 40% of teachers surveyed said they were hesitant to teach
in uncivil discourse. there is no topic that is off limits? >> none. >> reporter: joes' goal is for his students to analyze what the candidates are saying in the context of american history. how much of a gift has this been for your lesson plan over this last year? >> it's almost been a gift in that it's very relevant to students but also a curse because there are all of these distractions. you can't help but talk about the things that the students are hearing about or seeing in the news. >> reporter: still, he says election day can't come soon enough. mire v >> "cbs this morning" continues
? it is monday, november 7th, 2016. welcome back to "cbs this morning.? more real news ahead, including the presidential candidates' last chance to convince voters. donald trump's campaign manager kellyanne conway talks with us about the final day of the race. first, here's a look at today's "eye opener" at 8:00. the fbi director cleared secretary clinton again. the review found mostly personal e-mails and duplicates. throughout the day, donald trump's description of the fbi investigation into hillary clinton evolved with the news. >> aides say it will be difficult to undo all of the damage from the fbi drama. but they say they are still very confident.
the republicans are making that he has enthusiasm and momentum? >> we think we have those on our side as well. what i know we have as well is record turnout. clinton's campaign manager said this issue about the e-mails is resolved. >> it depends what james comey has in his typewriter. i believe he can't get out another letter before the voting ends but it's not resolved as an issue. >> never say never. it ain't never happening on tuesday night. >> it reflects what isro in the country. we need something to bring us to the. >> sometime we make great decisions like serving mcdonald's breakfast all day. and sometimes we make terrible decisions, like eating mcdonald's breakfast all day. i know right now it seems like we are hopelessly divided, but soon we will all come together as a country to begin that long journey toward impeaching whoever we just elected. i'm charlie rose with gayle king and norah o'donnell.
than, get this, 550 days ago. tomorrow, it comes to an end. a cbs news poll out this morning finds hillary clinton leading donald trump 45% to 41% in a four-day matchup. that is a bigger lead than the three-point margin of error. >> the fbi said on sunday that hillary clinton will not be criminally charged for using private e-mail servers as secretary of state. that reinforces an earlier decision not to charge her. after the bureau checked all newly discovered e-mails, director james comey wrote to congress based on our review we have not changed our conclusion that we expressed in july. >> hillary clinton and donald trump will spend their last day before the election campaigning in battleground states. we have correspondents in three of those states. florida, pennsylvania, and ohio. they have a total of 67 electoral votes and they are all up for grabs. mark strassmann begins our coverage in doral, florida,
tracker shows the race is dead even. >> reporter: good morning. this is the main miami-dade elections office which is also a polling station. the big story in florida, so far, is early voting. more than 6 million floridians, almost half of the state's total registered voters, have cast their ballots already. the wait last night at one polling center was an hour long and kept open two hours by court order to make sure everyone got the chance. one get out the vote effort here was called souls to the polls. african-american churches were bussed straight to their local polling station. florida's 29 electoral votes are tomorrow night's big tossup prize. most experts agree, if trump loses florida, it's almost impossible for him to win the white house. >> thanks, mark. jericka duncan is in
poll has hillary clinton ufour points. voter turnout will be a huge factor. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. hillary clinton may be up in the latest polls here in pennsylvania, but this is a state that is crucial and it is not being taken for granted. just take a look at this map to get a better perspective here. if clinton wins pennsylvania, she will win the presidency with north carolina or nevada or colorado, as long as she holds on to the other battlegrounds and she could lose both ohio and florida and still win. now perhaps that is why one of her last rallies will be here in philadelphia tonight with a lineup that includes bruce springsteen, jon bon jovi and president obama and the first lady as well, as her husband also bill clinton and chelsea clinton. on sunday morning, hillary clinton attended a black church in philadelphia. it's part of her closing strategy that involves a focus
week because of a transit strike and how that could affect access to the polls. but we learned early this morning that union workers and the transit authority have reached a tentative deal. norah? >> thank you so much. dean reynolds is in ohio where trump's lead is within the margin of error in the latest cbs news battleground tracker. no republican has won the presidency without ohio. dean, the trump campaign won a different victory there yesterday. >> reporter: that's right. ra judge in cleveland tightened restrictions on poll watchers to guard against what democrats thought was a plan by republicans to intimidate voters. but the trump campaign, yesterday, got that ruling lifted by an appellate court in cincinnati. the ohio democratic party filed this lawsuit, saying the restrictions were needed to keep ohio voters from possibly being harassed by trump supporters. so the judge in cleveland
camp said the restrictions violated the first amendment and that they were issued without any evidence of voter intimidation. the appellate court basically agreed with that. now early voting has been going on for weeks here in ohio and will continue throughout today. state officials say more than a million ballots have already been cast. gayle? >> thank you, dean. donald trump's manager kellyanne conway has just arrived. you got a busy day today. but let's start with the e-mails. with the latest letter saying that there is no change in the investigation. donald trump says it's further proof that she is being protected by a rigged system. he said she will be under investigation for a long time. does he not accept the fbi's conclusions on this matter? >> well, i think he is challenging the frustration of this americans who say why did you reopen this or extend it
and jim comey came under a vicious attack by the democrats. everybody said why is interfering in the election. i don't hear them saying that today. donald trump's message of the rigged corrupt system is the same. he is essentially saying we are shipping our jobs and wealth overseas and saying to the forgotten man and woman the system doesn't work for you and i will change that because i will get to washington owing nobody anything. >> what evidence does he have that there will be a criminal where is that coming from? >> i think what is he saying 650,000 new e-mails, basically they would have had to look at one per second 24/7 since they announced this investigation and pretty good efficiency for the federal government, i must say. basically, he is going by what jim comey said on july 7th under oath she was reckless and careless and lied about the server and number of devices she used and lying about having classified information on there and a lot of unanswered questions when you're dealing with the clinton's.
>> can we take a look at the state of the way we see it today. early voting, we will see record early voting and more than 40% of the country will vote early, specifically the state of nevada. 70% voted early. and clark county overperformed for president obama. john ralston, a very respected political reporter said the state is pretty much done and -- >> we heard two weeks ago that the path was gone and we couldn't get to 270. you have to pardon the trump campaign that we -- h win by election day to counter that? >> five or six points. nevada is really the state where we need an incredibly strong day of performance but we are also preparing for that and deployed different assets there and moved personnel around last week anticipating this might happen, norah. look at states where you have the strongest day of voting like new hampshire and like pennsylvania. we feel really good about our prospects there. the states where the polls have been tightening and michigan is
clinton campaign on the run. we rescrambled the map and they followed us. they followed our lead. >> the way i see this race is the democrats are trying to bank a big early vote to counter out a big vote on election day. >> yes. >> by the republicans and the trump campaign. they are making argument, though, they banked so much that there is no way that the trump campaign can catch up, specifically in the state of nevada and robby mook just this morning was here saying that is true in florida. now that 900,000 hispanics have voted early, that is a huge record and it would be to overcome. >> that is just not true. that is more spin than fact. we get a daily report on the early voting absentee voting returns. we like florida. 140,000 votes we are ahead of where governor romney was at this stage. we know in places like north carolina and romney carried in 2012 he was way behind in early vote and actually won the state. same thing happened two years later in the senate race there. we are prepared for all of those dynamics.
>> i have not. i would not do that. >> has anybody in your camp? >> no. >> it's been reported he has been relieved of his -- >> he still tweets. the tweets are you there. i love he is talking about the issues. she decided to go super low so we went medium to high in own closing arguments. >> which raises the question if there is this huge turnout of latinos and huge turnout of educated women that only vote republican and in the suburbs, does donald trump have only himself to blame? >> on balance that would be a benefit for secretary clinton but we also see that you're seeing explosive turnout prospects in some of these areas where you have white noncollege educated households that really love his message of renegotiating trade deals and of bringing our jobs and our wealth back -- >> do you think they will vote in record numbers? >> they could. we see in early voting too. what i absolutely will bank on,
got 21,000 rsvp's for an airplane hangar 18 hours after we posted the event those people will show up and vote. the idea you park your car a mile away and not vote is folly. we are excited about the enthusiasm and the momentum and i think -- >> what is -- you're looking at tomorrow, that says to you, we got this? >> we have six different routes. >> six? >> six different routes. not always the case. we will be looking at -- you have to pick off? >> we would like to pick off michigan on or pennsylvania or both. colorado. new hampshire. >> if, in fact, you don't win and hillary clinton wins, can we expect donald trump to be a graceful loser who will say this is america and i want to wish hillary clinton the best and offer my support to her? >> if the election -- excuse me. if the election results are
absolutely. but we know we're going to win. i change tomorrow's night election to a victory night and party. we feel that enthusiasm in the closing days. she definitely has been on defense. they have been visiting blue blue states like pennsylvania and michigan and wisconsin. they have been following our lead around. and we feel like that last-minute momentum -- i understand what they are saying about early vote banking but most people will vote tomorrow and i think when you hear spin like that, we ar depressing people from not going out over, the race is over and don't exercise your choice to vote. >> back to charlie's point. i think it's worth repeating. if it does not turn out the way he wants, will he turn out gracious? >> he is a very gracious man and i will come back later this week and tell you hoe we did it. >> thank you, kellyanne conway. our coverage begins tomorrow night at 6:00 p.m. central and 7:00 p.m. on cbs. watch all day on cbsn. chris christie opens up about the bridgegate baggage. more of his interview with charlie. first, it's time to check your local weather.
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? governor chris christie is opening up why he wasn't chosen to be on the republican vice presidential ticket. in our interview he said he would have the best ofny if elected. i asked if trump had offered him the vp slot. there is a belief without bridgegate you would have been the nominee for vice president, selected by donald trump. and, in fact, he told you. time for you to clear this up. he told you that you were his guy? >> no. >> he never said that? >> no. >> reporter: he never said to you, i want you to run with me? >> no, never did. >> reporter: do you believe you didn't get the nomination
>> no. >> reporter: you don't? you don't think it had any impact? >> i didn't say that. >> reporter: oh. what impact did it have? >> i can't measure it. you'd have to ask donald trump. donald trump didn't call me and say you're not vice president because of bridgegate. >> reporter: did he suggest you might be vice president? >> he certainly was being considered the last two. >> reporter: the last true? >> yeah. >> reporter: why did he chose pence than you? >> i think because he thought he was the better choice. >> reporter: because he didn't bridgegate? >> we all have baggage. >> reporter: what do you think is going to happen? >> i think he is going to win. >> reporter: how? >> i think the country desperately wants a change. >> reporter: do you want to be attorney if he wins the presidency? >> i don't want to necessarily be anything. it's up to him. >> reporter: there are those who argue they didn't run when they should have and, therefore, lost
because of what has happened since then? >> i love the arm chair quarterbacks who never have been in the arena and decide what others should run for the most important job in the world. >> reporter: but you never had that thought after all that happened this year? donald trump won the nomination and you didn't. and then bridgegate. maybe i should have gone in 2012? >> never. >> reporter: not once? >> not once. you know why? i wasn't ready to be president? 2011. i wasn't ready. and, charlie, the only thing worse for me is being president when -- >> reporter: and not being ready? >> absolutely. you don't want to be the dog that catches the garbage truck and figure out what to do when you get there. in 2016 i was ready to be pre president and i wanted to be president but so did 16 other people in my party and it came down to one person who now has the chance to be elected on tuesday. >> reporter: do you intend to run for elective office again? >> we will see.
life, charlie. >> really interesting. >> very interesting. i love that the -- you don't want to be the dog that catches the garbage truck and then don't know what to do. he has a very good way of his -- his analogies are very on point. >> he knew every aspect of that trial. >> how daylight saving time affects your health. . only miralax hydrates, eases, and softens to unblock naturally. so you have peace of mind from start to finish. here's a little healthy advice. take care of what makes you, you. right down to your skin. aveeno? daily moisturizing lotion with 5 vital nutrients for healthier looking skin in just one day. aveeno?. naturally beautiful results? beyond is a natural pet food that goes beyond assuming ingredients are safe... to knowing they are. going beyond expectations...
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another officer shot and killed jonathan gossman last october. gossman was trying to run away and started shooting at the officers - that's when they returned fire hitting gossman officer jones was cleared of that shooting but is now being investigated by the d-c-i for shooting jerime mitchell. around 1 a-m last tuesday, officer jones pulled jerime mitchell over. he says mitchell started fighting with officer jones who then shot him. mitchell drove away and hit two cars, before being arrested and taken to the hospital.mitchell's family to release the dashcam video from that night. don't forget -- cbs 2 connects with you - call cbs 2 if you see news happen.800 222 kgan. you can also email tips, pictures, and even video --to news -- at cbs 2 iowa dot com. that's a quick look at your monday morning news.get more news anytime online - at cbs 2
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playing this all morning since playing this clip? >> congratulations to chicago. a great story there. welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour on this last day of presidential campaigning, can you believe it? we are here! we have an all-star political panel. there is peggy noonan. here she is. there she is, peggy and dan senor and alex wagner at our election night decision desk who will give their takes on the candidates' last-minute ground games and and what it will take. strike a pose! >> plus, seventh graders cannot vote for president until 2024 but this election helped them prepare. the advice they wrote to themselves in a special edition of our series "note to self." time to show you some of the morning's headlines from around the globe. "wall street journal" reports on a new discovery that could widen the volkswagen emission scandal.
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>> i feel happy. >> i do too. a pregnant woman, a great story, a pregnant woman in labor did something very important before giving birth. she boated. she and her husband stopped by the clerk's office on saturday before going to the hospital and they voted! she went into labor a few days early. her husband says it's important for us to bring our little girl into a world we are proud of. >> did she say who she voted for? >> no. >> this is a final day 2016 presidential campaign. most voters in a new cbs news poll expects hillary clinton to win. she leads trump by 24 points on that question. the question was asked before fbi director released an investigation into her e-mails. joining us is alex wagner and
we talk about the historic size of the latino vote. that is one of the biggest stories of this election. and we have also suggested that donald trump, by his own statements, contributed to it as much as it was voting for hillary clinton. what do you guys think? >> well, if you look at the autopsy that the republican national committee did after 2012 to look at what went wrong, if you look at every prescription they made in terms of what a future republican candidate and campaign should lo lab experiment now in the opposite effect. >> right. >> in 2016, we have actually produced a campaign that is the opposite of what the 2012 autopsy was. so i think that has been a major factor in galvanizing a huge swath of the electorate that is massive diagram demographic gang to the republicans. >> a poll says donald trump has
romney only 27% and can a represent within with 19% of the hispanic vote? >> that's a huge question. the other piece of it is not just donald trump but the democrats are targeting latinos across the country for months. this was a long-term strategy on the part of the clinton campaign. in clark county, nevada, for example, they have been talking to hispanic women in particular why congregate. >> i think you have to fact in there year that mr. trump had a very special approach to hispanic america and a very special charm, and i think that the approach and the charm roused a sleeping or a previously sleeping giant. i think that may be part of the story. >> mitt romney did so poorly
deport. >> moitt romney got a higher voe than ronald reagan. >> he turned out the republican base and romney did a good job. >> reagan won 44 states in '80 with a smaller percentage of the white vote. >> that is what kellyanne was here saying. she says so the democratic party has done really well in florida. 90,000 hispanics have vote and huge 75% increase and nevada they have turned out. we are going to have so many whites turn out on election day we can still win. is that possible? >> the white noncollege educated vote is bigger than the black vote and the hispanic vote combined, let's be clear about that. the question is they have traditionally not had high turnout rates and the question will they turn out at the rate we are seeing hispanics turn out? >> so far it's yes, in terms of the early votes, the answer is yes or not? i'm asking. >> it depends on where.
latino vote. the white vote. >> in certain states the white vote turnout has been high and other states unpredictable. let me make one point here. the educated white vote is actually depressed for republicans. if you look at all of the polling, republicans historically win presidential -- sorry, lose presidential elections even when we win that and trump so far in the early polling has been doing with that number. >> men appor women? >> women. >> the cbs news poll out think about that. >> not this year, though. >> not this year. i'm saying this year we are not winning that. >> peggy, we keep hearing about a trump secret vote. the numbers show one thing but actually people get in the booth and they will do something different. the secret voters. what do you make of that? >> it has been a theory out
that trump people feel there is trump supporters feel there is a social stigma saying you are for trump so you don't say it in the polls or anybody else and in the voting booth you show up and vote trump. it is true that shy voters who -- invisible trump voters tend to be invisible on election day, do you know what i mean? ? >> stay shy. >> stay shy is what i mean. >> every trump voter i know seems to be very loud and very proud. >> there is that. >> is there a consensus among you that momentum is either hillary or donald? >> i think if momentum is predicated on ground game and that sort of organization, i think that the comparison is there is no comparison. >> i think hillary clinton's campaign had tremendous momentum up until a week ago.
>> slowed it down. >> slowed it down but i still think she has the edge in terms of organization, in terms of early voting. at this point who turns out to rallies? doesn't matter. there is no correlation between numbers that turn out to rallies and what happens on election day. at this point it's infrastructure and ground game and early voting and what you look for and what she got. >> rallies are entertainment but people who go to your house and take you and get you to the pos that is get out the vote. >> trump doesn't have it. he has other advantages. he does not have that. >> all right. our thanks to all of you. we will see you on election night. >> tomorrow night, yea! >> who is counting? >> really? one day away? let's do this another couple of months. >> we will be back here in this studio. seventh graders share their perspective on this unique presidential election.
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i start by talking about the most heated election ever of the year 2016 when donald trump and hillary clinton ran for office. >> and we are going to make america great again. >> america has never stopped being great. >> i accept -- >> our candidates are not like ronald reagan or john f. kennedy. we have a reality tv business mogul and another person who has been investigated by the fb seemed to be the best option. >> i feel the tone of this election is very negative. unfortunately, as we get closer to election day, the negativity continues. >> it's awfully good that someone with the temperament of donald trump is not in charge with the law of our country. >> because you'd be in jail. >> one reason why it is so negative is these two candidates basically disagree on everything. >> for example, hillary clinton wants to raise taxes on the wealthy and use that money to help the less fortunate.
wealthy pay their fair share. we are going to have corporations make a contribution greater than than they are now to our country. >> donald trump, on the other hand, wants to lower taxes on businesses. >> we are going to cut taxes massively and we are going to cut business taxes massively. >> right now i think our biggest issue is foreign policy. however, six years from now i may be worried about education and jobs. every american child should have the right to a great education. >> unfortunately, what other people end up tal about are the results or accusations of each candidate yelling at one another. >> he has writter decades of li scandals, her corruption is closing in. >> this election is more like a comedy act that you would see on "saturday night live." the sad part is it is a comedy act on "saturday night live."
be commander in chief. >> wrong. >> he is a belatent -- >> shut up. >> he started the birther movement. >> you did. >> in other words, they are acting like kindergartens. >> everything i see has no respect for this person. >> well, that is because he would rather have a puppet as president. >> no puppet. >> of the united states and it's pretty clear -- >> you're the puppet. >> personally one of my biggest concerns surrounding this election are the negative comments donald trump has made about minorities and women. >> you've called women you don't like fat pigs, dogs, slobs, and disgusting animals. your twitter -- >> only rosie o'donnell. >> i personally find it difficult to endorse trump since he has has blatant comments about muslim americans in general. >> donald trump is calling for a complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states. >> i don't want to support hillary clinton either.
investigation from the fbi for deleted e-mails. >> secretary clinton, any reaction to the fbi investigation? >> who in the world deletes over 33,000 e-mails? >> that was a mistake and i take responsibility for using a personal e-mail account. >> however, i admire her for being a determined woman who hasn't given up on her dreams. >> should at least appreciate what you put in making it this far. ? >> this is where the dreaded advice part comes in. when it comes to making decision, don't let others easily influence you. >> if i could give you advice for the future, try not to become distracted and stay focused on the issues. >> whether it be democrat or republican, vote your conscience. >> whatever you do, don't pick someone like kanye west for president because he has been threatening to run for president and i'm scared he will actually do it. >> i want you to strongly think
there are now less than 26 hours until polls open on election day if you want to avoid long lines tomorrow - today is the last day to cast your ballot absentee. county officials say if you have an absentee ballot and haven't mailed it in - you can simply walk it in to the auditor's office before polls close.in cedar rapids, you can vote from eight to five.iowa city voting is from seven-45 to five-30. opposition is growing to a measure in iowa city.
- a local activists filed for measure c - getting more than 700 signatures which forced it onto the ballot. ironically - "measure-c" aims to lower the number of required signatures for petitions filed to the city. last year - the required number of signatures was raised to 25-percent voter turn out. the new measure drops the number to 10-percent voter turnout. before you head to the polls - join us for a final look at the campaign on election eve. don't miss - iowa in focus - vote 20-16 election hosted by political reporter kevin barry.you can watch it tonight at 10-30 on our sister station fox 28. that's a quick look at your monday morning news.get more
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